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Aug 16, 2009 9:00am EDT
's the money you could be saving with geico. >> now, you have got a corpse in a car, minus ahead in the garage, take me to it. >> it is sunday morning on cbs. and here again is charles osgood. >> charles: director quentin tarantino found game in the 90s with movies like pulp fiction, films that were clever, profane, and violent. viewers take note, very violent. his latest movie is no exept exception, it is about something violent he is rewriting and reviving the history of the second world war. a sunday profile is my tracy smith. >> and action! >> if you quantity to get to know quentin tarantino, get to know his movies. >> you know, my work is unmistakably me and i like that about it because i like me. but, you know, you are either going to really dig it or you are going to be against it. >> for the past 17 years, movie goers and critics have been digging or dodging the films of quentin tarantino. >> tarantino has films in celluloid, known for lowlife characters. >> nappy cool dialogue. >> are you going to bark all day, little doggy? or are you going to bite? >> quirky turns and twists and of
Aug 2, 2009 9:00am EDT
's watching me.'s the money you could be saving wh h geico. who's watching? ♪ tell me who's watching. ufuffled music (announcer) 's's right here, it's easy... >> osgood: summer is when millions of us head to the beach with for the pleasure of feeling sand between our toes. there are serious lessons to be learned from all of that sand. here is mitch butler and john landis of the fast draw. >> reporter: why build a sand castle? only to be swept away by time? >> like this sand culture of michael jackson. >> elaborate sand paintings because they will be swept away. >> like us, they are not forever. >> in fact, nothing lasts forever. not anger, not humor, not beauty. >> the bible talks about the foolish man who built his house on the sand. >> a sand culture is held together for a moment by a little moisture, but binds the sand with something stronger and you have got sandstone and cement. you have got the white house. the grata, family. >> and in a book called sand, michael document it is gritty history, he says while we have been shaping sand, sand has been shaping us. let's roll back t
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